81st RSC supports more than 100 Soldiers, families during Orlando Yellow Ribbon event

By Sgt. 1st Class Mark BellJanuary 27, 2009

Brig. Gen. Glenn J. Lesniak, deputy commander of the 81st Regional Support Command, visits with children during the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex in Orlando. During the event, families were provided with free childcare. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command.
1 / 7 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Brig. Gen. Glenn J. Lesniak, deputy commander of the 81st Regional Support Command, visits with children during the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex in Orlando. During the event, families were provided with free childcare. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Mark Bell) VIEW ORIGINAL
Lisa and Master Sgt. Luis Corbett, look through some information during the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex in Orlando. Corbett is assigned to the 108th Training Command, out of Augusta, Ga. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command.
2 / 7 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Lisa and Master Sgt. Luis Corbett, look through some information during the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex in Orlando. Corbett is assigned to the 108th Training Command, out of Augusta, Ga. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Mark Bell) VIEW ORIGINAL
Families attending the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex in Orlando, visit various information booths. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command.
3 / 7 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Families attending the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex in Orlando, visit various information booths. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Mark Bell) VIEW ORIGINAL
Soldiers listen to Brig. Gen. Glenn J. Lesniak, deputy commander of the 81st Regional Support Command, during the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex in Orlando. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command.
4 / 7 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Soldiers listen to Brig. Gen. Glenn J. Lesniak, deputy commander of the 81st Regional Support Command, during the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex in Orlando. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Mark Bell) VIEW ORIGINAL
William Allen, the Family Programs director for the 81st Regional Support Command talks to Soldiers and family members during the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex in Orlando. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command.
5 / 7 Show Caption + Hide Caption – William Allen, the Family Programs director for the 81st Regional Support Command talks to Soldiers and family members during the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex in Orlando. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Mark Bell) VIEW ORIGINAL
Soldiers listen to Brig. Gen. Glenn J. Lesniak, deputy commander of the 81st Regional Support Command, during the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex in Orlando. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command.
6 / 7 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Soldiers listen to Brig. Gen. Glenn J. Lesniak, deputy commander of the 81st Regional Support Command, during the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex in Orlando. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Mark Bell) VIEW ORIGINAL
Lt. Col. Linda Moore, the 81st Regional Support Command's Post-Deployment Health Reassessment (PDHRA) coordinator, (left), assists Soldiers registering at the Orlando Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command.
7 / 7 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Lt. Col. Linda Moore, the 81st Regional Support Command's Post-Deployment Health Reassessment (PDHRA) coordinator, (left), assists Soldiers registering at the Orlando Yellow Ribbon Reintegration held Jan. 23-25 near Downtown Disney complex. More than 100 Soldiers, who have recently returned from combat tours, and their families, participated in the three-day event presented by the 81st Regional Support Command. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Mark Bell) VIEW ORIGINAL